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Which two of the following are usually treasury functions?
The following points outline the typical financial responsibilities of a Treasurer:
- General financial oversight.
- Funding, fundraising and sales.
- Financial planning and budgeting.
- Financial reporting.
- Banking, book-keeping and record-keeping.
- Control of fixed assets and stock.
What is Treasury bonds in the Philippines?
Treasury Bonds are long-term, low-risk instruments that are direct and unconditional obligations by the Philippine government. Features: Interest payment is semi-annual computed based on the coupon rate. Interest income on the investment is subject to 20% final withholding tax.
What are the four phase of treasury management in the Philippines?
Four phases comprise the Philippine budget process, specifically: (1) Budget Preparation; (2) Budget Legislation; (3) Budget Execution; and (4) Accountability. Each phase is distinctly separate from the others but they overlap in the implementation of the budget during the budget year.
What is the job of a treasurer?
TREASURER. Maintains stewardship for financial assets and debt including overall leadership of the cash management, debt management and investment management functions of the organization and its affiliated entities. Ensures the maintenance of corporate liquidity and financial stability.
What are the roles of the Treasury Department?
Supervising national banks and thrift institutions; Advising on domestic and international financial, monetary, economic, trade and tax policy; Enforcing Federal finance and tax laws; Investigating and prosecuting tax evaders, counterfeiters, and forgers.
What are the best investments in the Philippines?
Best Investments for Short-Term Goals
- Time Deposit. Time deposits are among the best investments for beginners who are afraid of risks yet want to earn higher interest than a traditional savings account.
- Money Market Funds.
- Balanced Funds.
- Equity UITFs.
- Pag-IBIG MP2.
- Real Estate.
What is treasury process?
Treasury involves the management of money and financial risks in a business. The priority is to ensure the business has the money it needs to manage its day-to-day business obligations. By performing these activities, treasury develops successful long term financial strategies and policies for the organisation.
What is the importance of treasury outsourcing?
Organisational benefits – outsourcing can allow the treasury to improve its organisational structure and create an improved segregation of duties, mitigating the risk of fraud and error between back and front office activities.
What does the Bureau of the Treasury do?
The Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) acts as principal custodian of the financial assets of the national government. It makes funds available for various government programs and projects.
What was the deficit of the Philippine government in 2012?
A February 27, 2013, press release from the Bureau of Treasury: The fiscal deficit of the National Government for 2012 stood at P242.827 billion, registering an over-performance of P36.279 billion compared with the program of P279.106 billion. It is equivalent to 2.3 percent of GDP and better than the 2.6 percent program.
What is the national debt in the Philippines?
Domestic debt amounted to P3,898 billion, increasing by 0.4% or P14.96 billion from the previous month’s level while external debt amounted to P2,060 billion, exceeding the previous month’s level by 0.3% or P7.06 billion. Revenue growth sustains its momentum while expenditures continued to grow in the month of September.